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What Statistics Reveal About Arsenal’s 2-1 Away Win At Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Vs Arsenal

The Huddersfield Vs Arsenal fixture ended in a disappointing 1-2 home loss for the Terriers against Unai Emery’s men. The fight against relegation continues among the bottom placed sides with the hosts being at the utmost bottom of the table.

The result of the Huddersfield Vs Arsenal game sees the Gunners course more harm on the host after losing 5-0 at Stamford Bridge to Chelsea in the previous game-week. Meanwhile, the Gunners were happier going into the fixture with three players returning from injury ahead of the game.

This was hard done on Huddersfield as Alexandre Lacazette and Alex Iwobi combined to set the tone for a 1-2 away win at the John Smith’s Stadium. This leaves the home side scratching their head as they are rooted at the bottom of the League log.

As we consider Huddersfield’s predicaments, we evaluate some of the vital statistics of the Huddersfield Vs Arsenal fixture.

Full Statistics Of The Huddersfield vs Arsenal Game:

Shots-on Target

6(Huddersfield Town) | (Arsenal) 4

The hosts put the Gunners under immense pressure in the Huddersfield Vs Arsenal contest as seen from the stats. The Terriers recorded 6 shots on goal compared to Arsenal’s 4 shots on goal in the PL fixture.

This produced atleast some dividend as Kolasinac put the ball into his own net in the process.

Shot Off Target

6 (Huddersfield Town) | (Arsenal) 4

Arsenal’s precision on the opponent’s goal was revealed here as they shot wide on four occasions.

This was the host’s let down as they fired a couple more of wide shots at the Arsenal goal while searching for a solution to their relegation dilemma.


54 (Huddersfield Town) | (Arsenal) 46

This stat is pretty unusual as Huddersfield outplayed Arsenal in the midfield. This is an unlikely figure as the Gunners are known to dominate possession having demonstrated the same many times this season.

Arsenal’s possession may have been limited due to Huddersfield Town’s relegation fury as they sought to make an amendment to their League position.


5 (Huddersfield Town) | (Arsenal) 0

The host’s incessant pressure was evident as they pushed on for goals in the Huddersfield Vs Arsenal contest. The pressure gave the home team fans something to cheer on later on in the game via an own goal as they amassed 5 corner kicks in the entire duration.

Meanwhile, Arsenal had none but were smart enough to take the win away.

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2 (Huddersfield Town) | (Arsenal) 1

Huddersfield made more faults during the Huddersfield Vs Arsenal match. The Terriers got offside twice compared to Arsenal’s 1 offside in the match.

This was obvious as they needed to go past a clinical Arsenal side that raced into a two-goal lead before the intermission with superb strikes from Alex Iwobi and Alexandre Lacazette.


17 (Huddersfield Town) | (Arsenal) 12

The Huddersfield Vs Arsenal match produced a series of fouls from both sides.

The game saw a total of 29 (17+12) fouls being recorded between both the sides as contrasting interests collided against each other.

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Obiweluozo Martins
A professional sportswriter who combs around the world for football matches. I follow the major leagues in Europe and of course the Champions League. I'm also a lover of International football as well as watching the beautiful game from all around the world with an eye on the youth game.

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